NewEnergyNews: QUICK NEWS, March 4: WORLD NEW ENERGY GETS ON GOOGLE MAPS; NEW INITIATIVE TO GROW OCEAN WIND; TEN YEAR DOUBLING IN ASIA PACIFIC BLDG EFFICIENCY MRKT

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    Tuesday, March 04, 2014

    QUICK NEWS, March 4: WORLD NEW ENERGY GETS ON GOOGLE MAPS; NEW INITIATIVE TO GROW OCEAN WIND; TEN YEAR DOUBLING IN ASIA PACIFIC BLDG EFFICIENCY MRKT

    WORLD NEW ENERGY GETS ON GOOGLE MAPS Google and 3TIER Give the World Universal Access to Global Wind and Solar Resource Potential; 3TIER’s global wind and solar datasets now freely available through Google’s popular platform

    February 27, 2014 (3TIER)

    "…[3TIER will release the] wind and solar annual averages from its global datasets as part of Google’s Map Gallery launch…[making access to wind and solar resource information] freely available to both researchers and the general public in Google’s popular and widely used platform…[A]ccess to high quality global wind and solar resource information from a reliable, consistent source was not an option for most people. This information is vital to a wide variety of fields, from energy development, infrastructure, efficiency, and policy planning to agriculture and conservation. However, it is often beyond the budgets of the non-profits, NGO’s, and public agencies conducting this important research…Each [3TIER] dataset offers annual average values created using proven, widely-accepted scientific techniques and derived from long-term historical weather models of 10 or more years at high spatial and temporal resolutions…” click here for more

    NEW INITIATIVE TO GROW OCEAN WIND University of Delaware Leads New Effort to Catalyze U.S. Offshore Wind

    February 25, 2014 (North American Windpower)

    "The University of Delaware (UD) is leading an effort to spark conversation and action among government and industry in hopes of advancing the embryonic U.S. offshore wind industry...[T]he Special Initiative on Offshore Wind (SIOW) will serve as an independent catalyst for offshore wind development and add momentum to a promising industry that is at a critical juncture. The non-commercial offshore wind program is designed to draw together critical information on cutting-edge technologies, financing and collaboration opportunities...[T]he SIOW will be national in scope and already is playing a key role in major projects to harness the vast East Coast and Great Lakes wind resources...SIOW will also aim to connect states with international experts - especially in Europe, where more than 2,000 wind turbines are now installed and grid connected in 11 countries...[T]he effort has the support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which will provide $250,000 in seed funding..." click here for more

    TEN YEAR DOUBLING IN ASIA PACIFIC BLDG EFFICIENCY MRKT Energy Efficient Buildings: Asia Pacific; Advanced HVAC, Energy Efficient Lighting, Building Automation Systems, and ESCOs in Existing Buildings and New Construction: Market Analysis and Forecasts

    1Q 2014 (Navigant Research)

    "Asia Pacific represents a major portion of global real estate, with about 40% of the world’s building stock. Commercial buildings are high energy consumers in Asia Pacific, and the region’s buildings sector is expanding at rates unmatched in the rest of the world…[C]onstruction firms, building owners and managers, and government bodies are devoting more and more attention to the potential savings that can be achieved with new technologies to monitor and control energy use in buildings…Navigant Research forecasts that annual revenue from energy efficient building technology and services in Asia Pacific will grow from $45.5 billion in 2013 to $91.6 billion by 2022…” click here for more

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